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How to Handle a Fever During Pregnancy

When you're pregnant, a common cold or the flu can be a lot more serious. Not only must you avoid taking many medications to treat the illness, but an untreated cold or fever can lead to complications in the pregnancy, including pre-term labor, miscarriage or birth defects. Though minor fevers
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How to Control a Fever

A fever is a sign that your body is attempting to fight an infection. Help your body fight the fever in the following ways. 1. Get plenty of rest. 2. Drink plenty of fluids. Suck on an ice cube or flavored ice, or drink iced fruit juice or chilled clear broth. 3. Dress
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When will we use the Clinical Thermometer

Clinical thermometers, also known as medical thermometers or doctors' thermometers, are used to take body temperatures in humans and animals. Traditional thermometers use thermometric liquids (i.e., mercury) to measure temperature in body cavities -- orally, rectally, vaginally -- or at other points, such as the underarm. Many newer thermometers use
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Baby’s Fever you need to konw

When your baby is acting fussy and feels warm to the touch, it's easy to worry, but your little one may not be seriously ill. Recent immunizations, teething and even overdressing your infant can bring on fevers. Taking your baby's temperature can help you determine whether it is a simple low-grade
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How to Use Infant Forehead Thermometer

Infants are notorious for being difficult when it comes to taking their temperature. An infant's temperature may need to be taken several times in their first year due to a variety of causes such as teething fevers, illness or overheating. Having a thermometer product that makes it easy and gives
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Zika virus risk at Rio Olympics

When the Olympic Games kick off next week in Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian city will see an influx of up to 500,000 visitors, tourists, vendors, athletes and media workers. Worries have spread about the state of things in Rio these days, from still-under-construction athlete housing to uncommonly polluted water.
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Short Answers About Zika Virus

Introduction: Zika virus is a mosquito-borne flavivirus that was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in monkeys through a network that monitored yellow fever. It was later identified in humans in 1952 in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. Outbreaks of Zika virus disease have been recorded in Africa, the
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